Located at a height of 4,500 ft, the Kempty Falls is situated about 13 km away from Mussoorie. It is one of the most preferred locations for locals and tourists to enjoy the calm and soothing waterholes along with activities such as boating, angling and camping. A trekking tour is available through the falls and takes one through crystal clear rivers and lush forests. It leads to the Malsi Deer Park, Jwala Devi Temple and other major attractions of Mussoorie. Don’t forget to carry your camera while visiting here as you are likely to find some captivating views. The water of the falls after flowing downwards meets the Yamuna Falls. The falls was established in the 1830s by a British officer for organising tea parties.
This place is popularly known as ‘Mini Switzerland’. It lies 29 km from Ukhimath, 162 kilometres (101 mi) from Rishikesh and approximately 450 kilometres (280 mi) from the capital Delhi. The best time to visit is from April to November. Chopta is also a popular destination during the winter months due to the snowfall that the area experiences. Tungnath temple and Chandrashila are covered with snow from December to March. Chopta can be reached from Rishikesh via Rudraprayag, Kund, Ukhimath OR via Rudraprayag, Karnprayag, Chamoli, Gopeshwar, Mandal.
Chopta is simply accessible as it is situated on the road connecting Gopeshwar with Guptkashi. Wake up with cool healthy breeze and chirping of birds in Chopta. The morning view from Chopta is invigorating when the crimson rays of the sun kiss the snow-laden Himalayas.
The tinsel town of Dhanaulti is emerging as a popular winter destination because of its tranquil vistas and its proximity to Delhi and various other cities of Uttarakhand. This magical hill station is perched at an elevation of 2286 meters above sea level and offers panoramic views of the lofty Himalayas.
Dhanaulti is located in the proximity of the popular hill stations of Uttarakhand such as Mussoorie, Tehri, Kanatal, and Chamba. This hilly town is enveloped by the velvety rhododendrons, deodar, and tall oak forests. Since the hill station heavy snowfall during winters, many tourists flock here in huge numbers.